Dr. Bindi Naik-Mathuria, associate professor in Division of Pediatric Surgery at Baylor College of Medicine and trauma medical director and pediatric surgeon at Texas Children’s Hospital, has been inducted into the Society of University Surgeons. The mission of the SUS is supporting and advancing leaders in academic surgery. Members have proven to play crucial roles in all major advancements in modern surgery, from the most basic scientific breakthroughs to the technological advances used at the bedside and in the operating room.
Dr. Naik-Mathuria is committed to providing the finest patient-oriented care. This vision combines dedication to advanced research, exceptional education, and the development of newer, better treatments and procedures. She leads a national multicenter collaboration to determine the optimal management of pancreatic injuries in children. She leads a national multicenter collaboration to determine the optimal management of pancreatic injuries in children and is funded by the CDC to study firearm injury epidemiology. She is a strong advocate for child safety and health